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Articles from Japan Weekly Monitor (November 5, 2001)

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1,800 guests attend garden party hosted by emperor, empress. 117
15-yr term sought for Filipina in insurance murder plot. 305
19-year-old male to enter graduate school in Chiba next year. 229
2 Brazilians arrested in 21 mil. yen theft. 143
2 dead, 5 hurt in Shinjuku building fire. 333
2 dead, 5 hurt in Shinjuku building fire. 352
2 school pupils expelled, 77 suspended for smoking marijuana. 196
2nd dead victim in Shinjuku building fire identified. 174
2ND LD: TSE becomes stock company to boost competitiveness. 537
3 Brazilians nabbed in death of compatriot in Shizuoka. 97
3 credit unions file for insolvency. 167
3 file for Nov. 18 Miyagi gubernatorial election. 200
3 steel industry organizations merge. 100
3 Vietnamese missing from mining training program in Japan. 263
5.4 magnitude quake rattles southwestern Japan. 89
56% disbelieve gov't safety claim on domestic beef: poll. 379
783 people to be decorated with merit awards. 257
8 insurers ordered to pay 12 mil. yen over quake insurance. 358
9 firms recall, stop sales of 22 items using cow parts. 335
Applications plummet for Japan's overseas volunteer program. 357
Asahi Mutual to hasten plan to sell 500 bil. yen shareholdings. 132
ATMs to open Nov. 5 for customers of Asahi, Daiwa, other banks. 167
Chemical wholesaler Shoko establishes U.S. subsidiary. 92
Chinese companies catching up with Japanese firms: survey. 404
City ordered to pay 46 mil. yen over pupil's loss of sight. 227
Coast guard band chief arrested for suspected theft. 291
Contemporary music composer Matsudaira dies at 94. 124
Crimes liked to Internet dating sites rapidly rise. 283
Curry-poisoning victim's family testifies in damages suit. 305
Dai Nippon Printing suffers 18.8% net profit drop in 1st half. 151
DBJ to allot 100 bil. yen to planned rehabilitation fund. 296
Dentsu posts 12.4% group midterm net profit increase. 240
Dentsu sets tentative price range for stock to debut on TSE. 158
Development bank suggests luring Chinese tourists to Hokuriku. 138
Doctors' group urges gov't to cut prescription drug prices. 295
Dollar at standstill against yen in Tokyo morning deals. 274
Dollar eases against yen in Tokyo morning deals. 246
Dollar eases against yen, euro ahead of U.S. GDP release. 559
Dollar eases against yen, euro ahead of U.S. job data release. 480
Dollar edges down against yen in Tokyo morning deals. 297
Dollar edges up to 122 yen level in early Tokyo trading. 170
Dollar holds firm at 122 yen level in early Tokyo trading. 234
Dollar little changed against yen in directionless Tokyo deals. 459
Dollar little changed against yen in early Tokyo trading. 205
Dollar little changed against yen in Tokyo morning deals. 236
Dollar locked in upper half of 121 yen level. 348
Dollar lower against yen despite negative Japan economy news. 528
Dollar stays under 122 yen in early Tokyo deals. 200
Dollar stays weak against yen in early Tokyo trading. 235
Dollar unchanged vs. yen as players await U.S. economic data. 280
Ehime Maru chief radio operator's wake held in Kanagawa Pref. 225
Eisai to set up sales unit in Spain. 90
Explosion destroys Tokyo sawdust factory. 106
Extra working hours at makers plunge 15% in Sept. 224
Farming, forestry worth 73 tril. yen public works: report. 232
FEATURE: Avowed lesbians support children, work for rights. 722
FEATURE: Consumers given widening choice of mushrooms this fall. 793
FEATURE: Japanese businessman in Uzbekistan in a spin. 482
Firms omit record corporate income by using tax havens. 509
Firms showing profit on tax returns up 1st time in 10 years. 306
Focus of int'l fund-raising efforts dies of leukemia in Seoul. 217
FOCUS: 100% U.S. organic rice boxed lunches a big hit. 327
Food Agency wants new rice distribution system. 248
Former gangster held over July robbery in Kanagawa Pref. 87
Former Mitsui & Co. President Yahiro dies at 86. 174
Former Mitsui & Co. President Yahiro dies. 127
Fresh warrants served in UBC-Jichiro embezzlement case. 361
FSA approves TSE's conversion to stock company. 466
FSA ends preliminary review of new Daiwa Bank holding company. 129
FSA gives banks notice on start of loan quality inspection. 173
FSA tells Nippon Life to correct sales practices. 301
Fuji Bank pledges to continue helping Tobishima rehabilitate. 347
Fuji Photo Film suffers 39% midterm group net profit drop. 330
Gangster fires shots at Kobe station, 2 injured. 245
Giant banking groups eye cutting bonuses in view of losses. 265
Giant panda to leave Tokyo zoo for Mexico on mating mission. 145
Gov't bond futures prices end morning lower on profit-taking. 129
Gov't bond futures prices end morning lower on profit-taking. 99
Gradual opening of mail service draws support at study panel. 244
Henoko district picks plan to build Nago heliport on reef. 285
Hikari Tsushin posts 56.35 bil. yen net loss for full yr. 201
Hitachi Metals falls into red, to skip interim dividends. 278
Hitachi posts group net loss of 110.54 bil. yen for 1st half. 261
Hokkaido launches Web site to attract TV, film production. 169
Hokkaido taps singer Matsuyama as 'beef ambassador'. 174
Hokuriku Bank to boost capital, replace president. 561
Hyogo post official taken hostage by 2 men, later released. 210
Impeachment court to decide whether to dismiss judge Nov. 28. 150
Insurance funds for subrogation may dry up. 288
Int'l balloon competition opens in Saga Pref. 194
Janome to post group net loss of 4.5 bil. yen for 1st half. 197
Japan calls record 5.3% jobless rate 'emergency'. 866
Japan gov't bond futures prices close higher on buybacks. 135
Japan gov't bond futures prices close higher. 166
Japan gov't bond futures prices close higher. 150
Japan gov't bond futures prices end morning higher. 127
Japan gov't bond futures prices move in narrow range. 119
Japan gov't bond futures prices move narrowly in morning. 106
Japan to cut growth estimate for FY 2001: gov't official. 142
Japan to try overcoming differences to launch new trade round. 554
Japan's economy to shrink 1.3% in FY 2001: Nikko Salomon. 193
Japanese man dies from fall on Himalayan mountain. 85
Japanese official shrug off Zoellick's criticism. 246
JETRO to hold Japan festival in Pusan from Nov. 14. 116
Jobless data add to calls for 2nd extra-budget in LDP. 345
Kadokawa Shoten expects wider group losses from sluggish sales. 262
Kyoto co-op sues Indonesia over relief housing. 175
Labor minister declares emergency over unemployment rate. 746
Leading ceramic artist Fujiwara dies at 69. 279
M4.1 quake rattles southern Ibaraki, Tochigi prefectures. 101
Man left with needle near heart for 2 years. 140
Merrill Lynch to scale back retail operations in Japan: FT. 145
Mitsubishi Rayon, Ube Cycon to unify ABS resin business. 212
Mitsubishi reports 97.8% decline in interim group net profit. 272
Mitsubishi revises upward interim group net profit. 178
Moody's assigns Aa2 rating to TEPCO bond issue. 169
Moody's may downgrade Hitachi's long, short-term debt ratings. 107
mports surged, farmers suffered at same time. 555
Museum honoring novelist Ryotaro Shiba opens in Osaka. 243
N.Z. placed 2-year constraint period on release of GMOs. 282
Nakane, 4 others to be conferred cultural awards. 425
New wing of Nagoya aquarium, one of the world's largest, opens. 245
NHK gets share of TV rights to Yomiuri Giants home games. 334
Nikkei ends morning above 10,500 on Wall Street rise. 456
Nikkei snaps 5-day losing streak on firm techs. 549
Nikko Cordial 1st half group net loss at 14.12 bil. yen. 213
Nisshin Fire to post net loss of 3.8 bil. yen in 1st half. 216
No. of full-time employees plunges to 35.97 mil. in Aug. 165
Nomura forms alliance with U.S. investment bank Thomas Weisel. 324
Nomura posts 90.4% plunge in interim group net profit. 272
Nomura to tie up with U.S. investment bank Thomas Weisel. 196
Oct. trading value of Nasdaq Japan marks 1st rise in 8 months. 193
Ohkura collapses as 1st listed victim of IT recession. 170
Oita family stabbing survivors seek 240 mil. yen in damages. 459
Online broker Matsui posts 75.5% surge in net profit. 146
Osaka schools resume serving beef for lunch. 218
Panel begins discussing medium-term fiscal, economic plan. 368
Petite Kyoto woman wins suit over big house. 173
Princess Masako visits hospital for 6th pregnancy checkup. 83
Researchers develop new material for sick building syndrome. 247
Ricoh's group net profit rises 10.1% in fiscal 1st half. 283
S&P affirms ratings, outlook on Chuo Mitsui Trust. 135
S&P warns Japanese banks exposed to high interest rate risk. 363
S'tomo Trust to book 37 bil. yen in securities appraisal loss. 185
Sales at Uniqlo stores post 1st fall since 1994. 168
Sapporo lawyer suspected of faking court ruling. 257
Scholarship aid falls 25% in 4 years: education ministry. 259
Search continues for last of Ehime Maru missing. 178
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Service held in Honolulu for victim of sub-ship accident. 213
Shizuoka Bank to set up replacement branch in N.Y. 123
Skymark to up fares to defray higher insurance costs. 145
Street performers begin annual Shizuoka fete. 143
Sumitomo group to add shopping mall near Universal Studios. 180
Teijin studying power sales business with Enron group. 233
Textile threads on warning letter were raw materials: police. 236
Tobishima cuts earnings forecast for 1st half, full year. 186
Tokyo Collection fashion show opens. 136
Tokyo gov't to launch expert panel to check bank health. 216
Tokyo man arrested over 1,200 nuisance calls to police. 182
Tokyo stocks close lower for 5th straight day. 552
Tokyo stocks close lower on Wall St. fall, no window-dressing. 555
Tokyo stocks close lower on Wall Street slide, strong yen. 634
Tokyo stocks end morning higher, rebounding on Nasdaq rise. 498
Tokyo stocks end morning lower on Wall St. fall. 494
Tokyo stocks lower in early morning on Nasdaq fall. 151
Tokyo stocks lower on Wall St. slide, strong yen. 567
Tokyo stocks move in narrow range amid wait-and-see mood. 460
Tokyo stocks open higher on Nasdaq rise. 167
Tokyo stocks open lower on Wall St. fall. 185
Tokyo stocks open lower on Wall St. slide, poor jobless rate. 203
Tokyo stocks open sharply higher on Wall Street rise. 178
Tokyo stocks slide as investors await earnings, techs weak. 512
Tokyo-Mitsubishi eyeing 10% cut in year-end bonuses. 130
Trading balance of call money market lowest in 14 years. 290
TSE to become stock company to boost competitiveness. 390
Tsuchida says TSE's conversion is to boost competitiveness. 352
U.S. Navy extends Ehime Maru search for last student. 447
U.S. Navy resumes search of Ehime Maru. 185
U.S. Navy suspends Ehime Maru search so divers can rest. 276
U.S. Navy suspends search after equipment defect found. 190
U.S. to pay psychological care for Ehime Maru survivors, kin. 203
Victim's father undecided whether to sue U.S. over collision. 353
Victims of Austrian cable car fire to file damages suit. 275
Visitors flock to Hiroshima museum after Sept. 11 attacks. 236
Wage-earning households' spending down for 6th month. 461
Woman held on suspicion of using anthrax scare in grudge. 320
Yanagisawa opposes delay in limiting bank deposit guarantees. 250
Yanagisawa to discuss liquidation rules with Shiokawa. 164
Yasuda Fire to post interim group net loss of 25 bil. yen. 281

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